Some Rounds Of Ammo From Baltimore Unrest Can't Be Accounted ForMaryland National Guard officials have acknowledged hundreds of rounds of ammunition distributed during unrest in Baltimore can't be accounted for.
Officer Charged In Freddie Gray Case Switches Departments To Internal AffairsSgt. Alicia White, who was charged with manslaughter in the death of Freddie Gray, is moving to the Baltimore Police Department's Internal Affairs Division.
Baltimore Police Release Full Case File For Freddie Gray's Death InvestigationThe Baltimore City Police Department has released the full case file in the investigation into Freddie Gray's death.
Court Asked To Stop Suit Against Prosecutor In Man's DeathA lawyer for Baltimore's top prosecutor asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit by five police officers who claim she maliciously prosecuted them in the death of a black man gravely injured in police custody.
Efforts To Prosecute Police In Custody Death Fizzle OutThe U.S. Department of Justice in September declined to bring federal civil rights charges against the six officers — three white and three black — meaning none of them could be held criminally responsible for Gray's death.
Prosecutions Over, 6 Baltimore Officers Charged In Gray's Death Back At WorkAll six officers who were charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray case are back on duty today.
Hearing Dropped For Last Cop Facing Administrative Discipline In Freddie Gray CaseBaltimore police commissioner Kevin Davis has dismissed the scheduled administrative hearing board for Sergeant Alicia White for her involvement in the arrest of Freddie Gray.
HBO Documentary 'Baltimore Rising' Gets Positive Reviews From Baltimore ResidentsAfter months of anticipation, HBO's documentary "Baltimore Rising" made its debut Monday night.
Highest-Ranking Officer Involved In Gray's Arrest Found Not Guilty Of Administrative ChargesThe highest-ranking officer involved in Freddie Gray's arrest has been found not guilty on all administrative charges he faced.
Final Arguments Made In Baltimore Officer's HearingA police disciplinary board has heard closing arguments in a probe of the highest ranking Baltimore officer involved in the 2015 arrest of a 25-year-old black man who died from injuries he sustained in a police van.
Should Lieutenant Have Seen Policy Change Email Before Freddie Gray's Death?A policy he said he’d never seen at the time of Freddie Gray’s arrest, could cost a Baltimore police lieutenant his job.
Day 2: Disciplinary Hearing For Highest-Ranking Officer Involved In Freddie Gray's ArrestFreddie Gray's arrest timeline is now playing into a disciplinary hearing that will determine if a lieutenant gets to keep his job.
Highest-Ranking Officer Faces Disciplinary Board Over Freddie Gray's DeathThe ranking officer who gave the orders on the day of Freddie Gray's arrest now has to defend his actions.
Disciplinary Trial Expected To Begin For Lieutenant Brian RiceThe highest ranking officer involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray is expected to begin his disciplinary hearing today.
Baltimore's Mayor Wants Civilians On Police Trial BoardsBaltimore's mayor said Wednesday she will renew a push to add two civilians to police trial boards after a board of three officers ruled that a police van driver violated no policies when a black man was fatally injured inside his van.